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Pymble Project Traditional Garden, Sydney

Design ideas for a traditional front yard garden in Sydney with a water feature. — Houzz

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Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Top 10 Things to Do in the Garden During November
7. Water in the morningThe downside of warmer temperatures is that we need to water our gardens more. For some it’s not a chore at all, especially when combined with a glass of wine in the evening. However you’re actually better to water gardens in the early morning so the sun dries out wet leaves properly, before any fungal diseases can infect plants. If you’re short on time, automated watering systems are ideal for early-morning watering.
Kerryn Ramsey added this to Pre-Summer Backyard Blitz: Week 4 – Keeping Your Garden Green
1. Water regularlyThe only way to stop your garden from drying out during the hot season is with regular watering. If you have a water tank for this purpose, even better! Try not to water in the afternoons as this is the hottest part of the day, and more water will evaporate than will be soaked up by the garden. The best time of day to water is in the cool of early morning. The soil is at its most receptive and the water will easily reach the root systems of all your plants.
Kerryn Ramsey added this to The Joy of Crazy Paving
Pathway – traditionalThe joy of crazy paving outdoors is that it looks just as good in a natural environment or in a formal zone, as seen here. Surrounded by neatly trimmed hedges and well-positioned plants, crazy paving requires sharply-cut edges and a dark colour palette, such as bluestone, for a traditional look. Remember, regular resealing is also required.How to pick the perfect paving
Vanessa Walker added this to Picture Perfect: 25 Brilliant Crazy Paving Ideas
9. Texture and tone. Pymble, NSWDesigner: Living Colour Landscapes

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